Zip is a file format used for data compression and archiving.

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tail command doesn't work for heavy files?

I have NAS reindexed log which is almost 6GB. Output is human readable and text format. When i use tail -100f filename.txt It doesn't show anything. I though it was due to file size is ...
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Bash script to get the result from rsync transfer and zip it as a directory in the original directory

OK, I guess this is weird. I have a small stage.sh script very simply has a bunch of commands: if [ "$(whoami)" == 'David' ]; then rsync -a --delete-excluded --exclude-from=.stage_rsync_rules ...
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How to unzip a multipart (spanned) ZIP on Linux?

I need to upload a 400mb file to my web server, but I'm limited to 200mb uploads. My host suggested I use a spanned archive, which I've never done on Linux. I created a test in its own folder, ...
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Extracting Wordpress.zip file on Linux server

I'm new to Linux and I'm currently trying to do the following: unzip the contents of wordpress-4.1.1.zip to the directory in which it is contained which is /my-test-site/wordpress-4.1.1.zip I ...
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In a shell script, How to give a variable another value after one job is done?

I'm trying to make a script which will see if the directory exists and will zip all of its contents under it according to the name/path of the directory. The farthest I could go was - ...
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Unrar multiple parts

I need to unrar a file consisting of multiple parts. The folder structure looks like this: file.part01.rar file.part02.rar file.part03.rar I've installed p7zip. When I try: 7z e file.part01.rar ...
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Error trying to unzip file: “need PK compat. v6.1 (can do v4.6)”

I received a zip file from a bank. I get the following error when I trying to unzip it. unzip filename.zip Archive: filename.zip skipping: SOME_STUFF.pdf need PK compat. v6.1 (can do v4.6) ...
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Repeatedly ziping a file that is newly created, but identical, however the shasum of the zip keeps changing

This is a followup to I am repeatedly zipping the same folder of files, but the shasum keeps changing essentially.. I am trying to add a file containing the git sha of the current commit when I zip a ...
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zip command to use filename being zipped

I am trying to archive a file in a directory and use the filename of the file in the zip file name without knowing the filename. I have this command: zip -FSmT (what to put here?).zip I805_test.txt ...
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How strong is the encryption of a zip file in Linux Mint

Zip encryption has had often a bad reputation of being weak, but some would argue that a zip file encrypted using certain algorithms (such as by using AES), together with strong password, is really ...
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Zip the contents of a folder without including the folder itself

I have a directory called folder that looks like this: folder -> root_folder -> some files I want to zip this directory into zipped_dir, I tried: zip -r ...
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How to zip only files under multiple subdirectories?

I have a folder working and its structure is something like this - working/ 100/ 1/ 2/ 3/ 200/ 1/ 2/ 3/ 300/ 1/ 2/ 3/ And each of these 1 ...
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How to zip folder content on Ubuntu without keep the folder structure(path)

How can I compress a directory content without compress the full path folder structure too. I am using this command to zip a folder content under var/www/ directory, but when I unzip the ...
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Extract only a specific file from a zipped archive to a given directory

I need to pull a single file from a ZIP file which I know the path to. Is there a command like the following: unzip -d . myarchive.zip path/to/zipped/file.txt Unfortunately, the above command ...
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When I use zip, how can I display the overall progress without flooding the command line?

A fixed-length progress bar, a file or byte count, or better yet a timer showing the estimated time remaining would be ideal. zip's standard behavior seems to be to print a line for every file ...
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“zip warning: name not matched” while compressing a directory

I have a folder of around 180 GBs, I need to zip it like: zip -p password /Volumes/GGZ/faster/mybigfolder/* /Volumes/Storage\ 4/archive.zip But it says: zip warning: name not matched: ...
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How to compress a single huge file (e.g. 200GB) file from command-line [closed]

I'd like to compress one huge file (~200GB) from the command line. no need for archiving its directory along with it, swift operation and high compression ratio preferred. What may be some good ways? ...
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Password protected zip archives open without password

I have a zip archive that is password protected in linux(the password is "secret"). However, whenever I try to open the zip file I am not prompted for a password or anything. I also have a python ...
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How do I zip/unzip on the unix command line?

How can I create and extract zip archives from the command line?
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Unzipping several specific files out of many into a directory using the terminal?

I recently installed Linux Mint 17 on my laptop. I had Windows 7 before, and I backed up all of my data onto an external hard drive. Windows 7 crams all of your backup data into a ton of .zip folders. ...
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Regular expression in unzip files argument not working

I'm trying to view the contents of a zip archive using an extremely simple regular expression. This works: rmorton@Rockette:~$ unzip -l Downloads/WeiDU-Linux-236.zip "*/i386/tolower" "*/i386/weidu" ...
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Unzip source arguments

To copy a bunch of zip files from one location to another: $ cp *.zip destination/ To unzip a bunch of zip files to a directory: $ unzip \*.zip -d destination/ man unzip says: The backslash ...
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what the best approach in order to compress directory with Hundreds of sub directories [closed]

Under /usr/cti/APP_sys, I have hundreds of directories and subdirectories and files, etc. I wonder what the best approach in order to compress the /usr/cti/APP_sys directory (get the best low ...
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how to unzip/uncompress segmented zip files? [duplicate]

I downloaded a document, which is compressed as zip file and segmented, their names are : document.z01 document.z02 document.zip I'm at a loss on how to unzip them.
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Unzip error, is recovery possible?

I compressed 4 separate folders with some wedding videos (!!) a few months ago. Today I tried to unzip them, and had no problem with the last 2, but the first 2 of them show an error: ...
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How come zipping a created disk image, makes smaller files than piping?

Case 1. I use dd to create an image: dd if=/dev/rdiskx of=/path/to/image bs=1m. It's 16 GB in size. I zip it, and it's suddenly around 100 MB. Case 2. I use dd to create an image, piping it ...
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gunzip command not woriking for unzipping the file

I am trying to unzip a file and I am getting below error. am using gunzip -c filename command. gunzip: DEX_DWH.zip: first entry not deflated or stored -- use unzip Adding points : 1. I don't want to ...
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Zip Archive With Limited Number of Files

What command can I use to create zips with a file number limit? I have a folder (no subfolders) of, say, 5000 files, so I would want a command that could divide that number and create 10 individual ...
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I am repeatedly zipping the same folder of files, but the shasum keeps changing

I am zipping a folder and fingerprinting it with its shasum however this keeps changing on every zipping. Same with md5 any idea why? Is it working based on access time or something? Is there a way to ...
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Convert a Windows-created ZIP to Linux (internal paths issue)

I have a .zip created on a Windows machine (outside of my control). The zip file contains paths that I need to preserve when I unzip. However, when I unzip, all files end up like: ...
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Corresponding 7zip command for unzip -p -a

I have a question regarding unzip command in Unix. As of now my Unix command unzip -p -a is able to zip the file which are lesser in size. But if the file size is larger then the command is not able ...
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Bash: Zipping/grouping files by common substring

I have about 100 files. They are named like this. 3000_ABCD_XXXXXXX.csv 3000_ABCD_YYYYYYY.csv 3000_ABCD_XYXYZYZ.csv 3000_EFGH_XXXXXXX.csv 3000_EFGH_YYYYYYY.csv 3000_EFGH_XYXYZYZ.csv ...
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7z command for unzip -p -a [duplicate]

I have a command line execution in my .sh file which unzips the file which is in zip format. Below is the command which unzips the file unzip -p -a. elif [ "${FILECOMMANDOUTPUT}" = "Zip" ] then ...
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Can we preserve the timestamps of files when extracting .zip archive?

I want to unzip a .zip archive, and preserve the timestamps of the files extracted. But this command doesn't preserve the timestamps: unzip my.zip I saw this post in 2011, and wonder if there is a ...
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archive a directory and its content to a zip archive

I ran zip book my/ it created a zip file book.zip, but with only my/ as its content, and nothing under its my/, but there is content under ./my/. I wonder how I can zip it correctly?
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How to package separately located files into a same folder structure?

When I use zip to pack files from different locations, like: zip pack.zip /home/jack/jack.txt /home/jim/jim.txt The files would be stored in "pack.zip" as the following structure: ...
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UNZIP failed while extracting

%> unzip V15679-01_3of3.zip Archive: V15679-01_3of3.zip End-of-central-directory signature not found. Either this file is not a zipfile, or it constitutes one disk of a multi-part archive. ...
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adding unzipped files to a zipped folder

I'm trying to add unzipped files to an existing already zipped folder say new folder.zip. Is it possible to use zip -r new folder.zip after adding some unzipped files to them. Will this command ...
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Unzip into directory, independent if directory is contained in ZIP

Let's assume I've a ZIP file whichs content may look like # file: with_out_dir.zip file1.txt file2.cpp file3.js some_sub_dir/ - file_in_subdir.txt file4.xml but it may also look like this # file: ...
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moving files to a folder and zip the folder

I have to zip a few files induvidually from folder A and move them to folder B on the same directory which takes lot of time. So I thought of moving all those files to be zipped to a new folder(c), ...
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Extra-bytes error when unzipping a file

When I enter unzip ../founation-latest.zip, it outputs this: warning [../foundation-latest.zip]: 248 extra bytes at beginning or within zipfile (attempting to process anyway) The file is 138KB. ...
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I have moved a zipped file to a directory which does not exist [duplicate]

I have moved a zipped file to a directory which does not exist. It resulted in creating a new file. But I am not able to open/unzip it.
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Automatic extraction of zip files like in osx

In Mac OSX if you have downloaded a zip/gz/bz2 file, and you double click it in Finder, then the archive is automatically extracted for you in a subfolder, which I find very nice. I am wondering if ...
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referring to files inside a jar or zip files in Linux

I am wondering if I can refer to files inside JAR or ZIP files using URLs. I mean, without using a tool (such as the Java Jar utility) but just at the operative system level. For example, if I have a ...
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Zip does not compress files when zipping

I have zipped a file recursively in a directory. But what I notice with these last few zips is that the files do not get compressed. adding: ...
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Recover the content of a Firefox .part file?

The question says it all, I have a <filename>.zip.part file in my Firefox download directory which is ~150MB and I'd like to recover its content. The original file was a very large zip archive ...
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Unzip (Info-ZIP) Permissions

Is there a way to invoke unzip (from Info-ZIP) on a Linux system without having it restore the permissions stored in the zip file? The zip files I'm restoring are enormous, so going back over the ...
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Is it possible to view the list of file names of a zip file which is inside another zip file?

I know I can use unzip -l file.zip to view the file list of a zip file. But a got a zip file inside another zip file. I tried unzip -l file.zip/sub_file.zip, but failed. Is it possible to view the ...
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Is it possible to fake destination directory path with zip?

Given a bunch of files in the current directory, I want to be able to zip them such that, when extracted, they'd be placed in some given directories. For example, say I have these in $PWD: ls fsck xz ...
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zip -r v/s zip -R

What is the difference between -r and -R in zip command. Obviously, I have googled about it. Also, I have referred this in quest of finding the difference, but didn't got clarification. Can anyone ...